Join with your sisters and brothers, your neighbours and friends, in your own community on International Women’s Day, Sunday 8 March.

Stand or sit in a circle, hold hands, and sing a song of welcome to show solidarity with destitute asylum-seeking women, or share a video online with the hashtag #SistersNotStrangers!

 

Circles of sisterhood are taking place around the UK. If you don't see a circle nearby you can create your own below or join the action on social media.

CARDIFF

Sing with Oasis Cardiff this International Women's Day

8 March 2020 | 4.30pm | Wales Millennium Centre foyer, Cardiff Bay

COVENTRY

Sing together with Coventry Asylum and Refugee Action Group (CARAG)

 

8 March 2020 | 3pm | Broadgate

EDINBURGH AND SHEFFIELD

Hold hands and sing with DEWA Project from Sheffield 

8 March 2020 | Location TBC

HALIFAX

Join Sisters United to sing 'Sister I see you, Sister I feel you, Sister I hear you'

9 March 2020 | 12.45-3pm | Meeting point - Square Chapel Arts Centre, 10 Square Rd, Halifax HX1 1QG

LIVERPOOL

Refugee Women Connect will be singing songs of welcome together

6 March 2020 | This is a closed event

LONDON

Join Women for Refugee Women before the #March4Women to sing songs of welcome for refugee women

8 March 2020 | 1.20pm | Whitehall Place

MANCHESTER

Sing and dance in solidarity with Women Asylum Seekers Together (WAST) 

8 March 2020 | 1-2pm | Piccadilly Gardens

NEWCASTLE

Members and volunteers of NEST at Newcastle University will be singing in solidarity with refugee women.

8 March 2020 | This is a closed event.

SWANSEA

Sing in solidarity with Swansea Womens Asylum and Refugee Group

8 March 2020 | This is a closed event

Please get in touch if you are interested in starting a new circle of sisterhood
We'll support you every step of the way!

Thanks for standing in solidarity with 

destitute women!

Women for Refugee Women will be in touch soon to help you set up your circle of sisterhood and will keep you updated about #SistersNotStrangers.

Learn the songs!

 

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